Most people today have low levels of magnesium. While low magnesium levels can present with cramps, headaches, muscle pain, many people do not show any obvious symptoms. Many of us have low magnesium levels and we are not even aware of this. Moreover, laboratory tests are unable to diagnose the absence of magnesium unless it is markedly low. Magnesium is so important for our lives and our health that its levels are almost normalized by extracting immediately from bones and/or by reducing excretion in order to keep its levels stable.
So what happened that led to our magnesium levels to this state?
How to raise your magnesium levels: